Updating your HazCom labels so they comply with the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS) 2012 standard can take a lot of time and effort. An industrial label printer simplifies the process by allowing you to print custom GHS labels on demand for the hazardous chemical containers in your facility. For facilities that print large numbers of GHS labels, an in-house printer can decrease overall labeling costs. A GHS label printer also makes it easy to create new labels for your secondary containers, right when you need them.
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